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. >>> a stolen camera provides an incredible view over a park in australia. the thief, a curious sea eagle. we'll show you more of his journey coming right up. >> kpix 5 is looking for a veterinarian to appear on tv. to nominate a vet you know, just email pets@kpix.com. we'll narrow down the top five and let you vote on our pet expert. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, like to get up close with t camera. this eagle took off with a camera set up to cap wildlife in australia. the flew some 68 m >>> selfies aren't just for people these days. animals get up close with cameras too. this eagle took off with the camera set up to capture wildlife in australia. the bird flew 68 miles before setting it down to pose. the theft happened back in may but park rangers recently found the camera, which recorded the entire incident. and there you go. not camera shy. >>> stephanie tantillo is spicing things up. today we're shopping for jalapeno peppers. >> reporter: hey, everybody. today we're going to talk about jalapenos. i love spicy food and you probably love these just as much. selection and storage is always very impor
and sliding. >> reporter: the eagles and lions played sunday football in near whiteout conditions. firefighters say black ice caused two dozen cars to pile up just outside of new york city. at least 44 people were taken to the hospital. here in the washington, d.c. metro area, the storm has become mostly rain, but if it gets any colder, freezing rain could start falling, and that would make for more treacherous driving conditions. the storm is part of a system pummeling much of the nation. it canceled more than 2400 flights sunday, and is causing more delays and cancelations for monday morning travelers. new york, boston, and big cities farther north are preparing for bad weather that could disrupt the morning commute. >>> the harsh weather is also causing shipping delays smack in the middle of the holiday shopping season. the dangerous driving conditions prompted wal-mart to send goods out to stores ahead of the storm. amazon and fedex are notifying customers that packages may arrive a day late. >>> the deputy who shot a 13- year-old boy in san -- santa rosa is back at work toda
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